Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth—and even Arlington—are exceeding the capital city in a number of ways.
Yet another list that a Texas town tops!
Businessweek Explores the Phenomenon of People Moving To “Second Tier” Cities Like Austin and San Antonio
Them's fightin' words.
The Most Important Book About Texas in Years Is About Demographics, Which Means You’ll Probably Never Read It
In 1997 when demographer Steve H. Murdock published his first book, The Texas Challenge, he was a Cassandra of sorts. He predicted the rise of the Hispanic majority, and he spoke early and often about the implications such a demographic shift would have on Texas’s economy. His devotion to the
Last week, I asked for a little help answering a California reader’s query about where in Texas he and his family should relocate. I was very happy to read all of your thoughtful comments, as well as the responses on Twitter and Facebook. Perhaps
Some Texas cities top the list for the fastest growth rate, others top the list for the greatest number of new residents. The reason behind both? Jobs.
Texas dominated a new U.S. Census Bureau growth survey.